Congress leader and former minister Jitu Patwari has been issued a notice for violation of the model code of conduct (MCC) during campaig...Read More
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Ahead of bypolls, Congress candidate from Sanwer Premchand Borasi ‘Guddu’, Rau MLA Jitu Patwari and others were booked by the police for ...Read More
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Taking a dig at the BJP Government, Former Minister and Congress leader Jitu Patwari has now been up on twitter, slamming the BJP Governm...Read More
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So far, development works worth Rs 200 crores have been done in the constituency, he claimed.
Higher education minister has warned of strict action against official concerned if Gandhi pillars were not erected before January 30.
BJP is worried about getting exposed about illegal activities that they had indulged in last 15 years, he added.
Patwari said the two talk about Hindus and Muslims more but seldom pay attention to weakening economy.
While interacting with people, Patwari announced that chief minister Kamal Nath will provide Rs 500 crore to develop Rau as an ideal asse...Read More
Jitu Patwari said that it is necessary to make students aware of Mahatma Gandhi's ideology in order to make them master of human concept.
Chief Minister Kamal Nath has set the target to skill 50,000 students out of 515 colleges in the state within a year.
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He made the above remark in an event ‘Gandhi Tumhe Naman’ at Sant Hirdaram Girls’ College in the city.
Patwari told reporters in an informal interaction at a cricket tournament.